There are three parts to this program:
1. Freeze dried Black Walnut Hull
2 Capsules 4 times per day for four days — then once per week 3 capsules one time for testing
Treat pets at same time; one capsule each pet in food 2 times a day.
Then once per week 1 time per day.
Larger Dogs: 2 capsules instead of one cap.
Take 3 capsules once per week (all at once in the AM), watch your urine for small white spots or clouds. If you see these then do the 2-4 days of 3 times a day again because you have the parasites again.
Everyone in the household should do the program at the same time. If they do not take the Black Walnut they will re-infect the family. Buy Link
Use one or more times per day every day for 15 days. Use 3-4 times a week or a minimum of once per week for the rest of your life. The Zapper can be used for many things, fungus, molds, parasites, bacteria, and even helps with virus. Buy Link
3. Parasite Powder
Best before each meal: 1 tsp. for the rest of your life, when convenient. Do the best you can. Pets sprinkle and mix with food 1/2 tsp. for small pets and 1 tsp. for larger pets (over 40 pounds). This will kill parasites before they move from the digestive track into the cell structure. Buy Link
What is Parasite Powder
Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is an Natural, effective, and safe insect control. Free your pets from ticks, and fleas, drive them from your lawn, garden, orchard, and household. Diatomaceous Earth gets rid of insects without the danger of chemicals! It works by dehydration. When an insect ventures into D.E. it absorbs their fluids. When an insect looses ten percent of their body fluids they die! D.E. is so safe that it is used by the USDA as an additive to grain for insect control. The D.E. does not have to be removed when the grain is ground into flour for human consumption because of its food grade rating. Perfect for keeping insects out of food stocks.
Natural, organic insect control that works!
This material is an effective post-harvest additive to aid in the prevention of insect damage from Rice Weevils, Lesser Grain Borers, Flat Grain Beetles, Merchant Grain Beetles, Sawtoothed Grain Beetles, Red Flour Beetles, Confused Flour Beetles, Granary Weevils and the larvae of the Indian Meal Moth, to stored grains and seeds such as Barley, Buckwheat, Corn, Oats, Rice, Rye, Sorghum (Milo), and Wheat.